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Benjamin Trail NP Mark II Pellet Pistol

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Complete your backyard shooting gallery with the Benjamin Trail Mark II Trail Pistol!

With Crosman’s Nitro Piston technology the Mark II really puts a spin on your pellets! This pistol is built for backyard plinking and target shooting and can send pellets downrange at speeds up to 650 fps. Easily acquire a bead on your target with the fiber-optic sight--even in lower lighting conditions--or if you prefer, remove the rear sight and mount your own optics to the 11mm rail.

All these features add up to an air pistol that’s user-friendly, dependable and hard hitting. If you’re looking for a powerful gas piston plinker, the Mark II is Benjamin’s definitive Trail Air Pistol.

Benjamin Trail NP Mark II Pellet Pistol Features

  • Nitro gas piston
  • Breakbarrel
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Picatinny rail under barrel
  • Single-shot
  • Fiber optic front and rear sight
  • Adjustable, removable rear sight
  • 11mm dovetail rail
  • Tactical, synthetic frame
  • Includes removable cocking aid

Here are the benefits of the Nitro Piston:

  • Smoother cocking
  • Smoother shooting
  • No spring torque
  • No spring fatigue, even if you leave it cocked for hours
  • Functions perfectly in cold weather
  • Lasts longer than a metal spring
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  • ManufacturerBenjamin
  • Caliber .177
  • Velocity 650 fps
  • Condition New
  • Ammo Type Pellets
  • Action Break barrel
  • Barrel Style Rifled
  • Fire Mode Single-shot
  • Gun Weight 3.44
  • Overall Length 16.00
  • Barrel Length 5.50
  • Loudness 3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity 0
  • Mechanism Gas-piston
  • Rail 11mm dovetail
  • Safety Manual
  • Front Sights Fiber Optic
  • Rear Sights Adjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill 1
  • Trigger Adjustability Single-stage
  • Trigger Action 0
  • Use Plinking & target practice
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By MarkUSAFebruary 16, 2023

You may what to rest this gun as it is heavy for people of smaller build

This gun is well designed, accurate, quiet, and works great. I would definitely buy again.

The dovetail rail is canted to the right making any rail mounted sights crooked but it is still functional. Also when first received it was fairly hard to cock but if you bump it with your hand or on your knee it works just fine.

By LarryUSAOctober 3, 2021

I received my Trail II as a gift from my adult children. I am 80+, keep on shootin all you old guys! Hoping to bust some "marine toads" (invasive species in Fla).

Looks great, shoots good now that I figured out that you can turn the elev. adjust past the "0" again. Groups covered with a dime.

Be careful, the trigger can bite, maybe the guys @ Benjamin can advise how to prevent. Needs a "carbine stock" ! There is a learning curve to cocking too.

By GregUSAJuly 9, 2021

I found a very nice nylon zippered case from Bagmaster. Fits perfect.

Powerful plinker and pest pistol ! Everything is good on this pistol.

You must get used to the cocking effort, but once you get it down: no sweat.

By raymondUSAFebruary 8, 2021


Trigger has very long throw, and is very hard, maybe 5 pounds or more Pic Rail on bottom is absolutely useless. If you attach anything, you cannot break the barrel to cock it.. Rear sight is very meh

By DavidJanuary 10, 2021

I would buy this gun again. The cost of firing it is super affordable.

One of the better purchases I have made in a while. The gun is built like a tank. No loose rattles or flimsy hinges at the break of the barrel. Cocks easily. I just use the cocking aid as a fore grip and leave it on the gun. Have only shot it indoors at 30 feet. Mine is dead accurate out of the box at 30 feet. The Nitrous Piston is smooth and powerful.

It's not a con but it would be nice if the gun was issued with a durable carrying case or at least have one available for it as an accessory.

By DavidJanuary 8, 2021

........a well built air gun and affordable (which amplifies the fun factor).

The pistol is built like a tank. Tough, rigid polymer has a quality feel to it. Cocking was easy enough. The cocking handle attachment I just leave on as it provides a forward grip area. It isn't silent but It isn't loud either. Everything is tight on it. No loose or rattling connections. It packs a nice punch. I have not sighted it in yet but I put 3 rounds into, the center of a paper plate at 30 feet with about a three inch grouping holding it freehand. It is not a small gun. I read the instructions completely. I think it is a good Idea because I have been given a lot of free advice about air guns that is not supported by the instruction sheet. The trigger pull didn't bother me at all. I am impressed with the gun and would buy another one without hesitation.

........if it aint broke....don't fix it.

By TonyUSAOctober 3, 2020

Nice design and cocking attachment. Powerful air pistol with some heft in the weight.

The trigger is the worst I have ever used on an air gun. This hack turned it all around. Replace the M3 .5mm x 8mm trigger screw with an M3 .5mm x 10mm screw tightly cinched down. Reduces the trigger creep and pull weight by at least 50%. The rear site adjustment screw bottoms out making it impossible to get the right elevation adjustment. Remove the rear site and attach a 11mm rail red dot sight or scope and you will have a great air pistol. Without these two mods, the gun is really a challenge to shoot accurately, and removes the enjoyment of shooting.

By Dennis M. BurkeUSAAugust 19, 2019

The pull on the trigger before it fires is ENDLESS!!It's a guessing game wondering just when is this thing going to fire? I tried adjusting it (according to the instructions) however there is NO movement in the adjusting screw!!! NONE! This really makes it impossible to hit your target.

Very smooth firing, no recoil to speak of.

10 yards of trigger pull!

By JoeUSAJanuary 28, 2019

It took a little practice to set my aim with this. More long than heavy. I bought it to replace in the field my RWS P5 which has not been holding up between repairs( that I am retiring to the collection . This gas piston was less money holds up longer.

Nice punch for plinking

slightly heavy

By WallyUSAAugust 15, 2018

Pistol is fun to shoot easy to charge by cocking and load - hits very hard and is very accurate at 25 feet

easy to use

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Picked one of these up at a flea market. Love it, but it's a heavy pistol. Does anyone make a rifle stock attachment for it? Also, is it possible to get an owners manual for it?

asked jan earl from USA

Do you know how many lbs of cocking effort it takes ?

asked Ken from USA

Cocking Effort 20 lbs

Mark from USA

What size pistol case do I need for this gun?

asked Joseph from USA

The case will have to be 18" x 8" at least.

Mark from USA

The gun barrel won't break in half , tried with the handle extension and broke the extension in half. Is there a lock on the barrel to release the gun so you can put the pellet in

asked Michael from USA

Your gun is not defective. Lightly smack the gun at the breaking point on your hand or knee. It's the weirdest thing ... You can try to break the gun in half and the thing won't open, but if you just pop it down on your hand or knee at its break point , it'll pop right open. Try it.

Kevin from USA

Your gun is defective. If you can return it ,do so. Otherwise contact Crosman for warranty repair.

Mark from USA

How many pellets does it hold ? Or do you have to reload it after every shot?

asked Richard

Single shot, reload after every shot. But the pellets are moving when they leave the barrel. Hits the the target with authority!

Douglas from USA
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